Flavour reportedly gets N1.2bn for his biopic on Amazon Prime; Nigerians react
Nigerian highlife musician, Chinedu Okoli a.k.a Flavour N’Abania, has reportedly received $3M (N1.2bn) as advance payment for his biopic on Amazon Prime Video.
Further emerging reports suggest that Amazon Prime is set to kick off production of the singer’s documentary, which makes him the first African to enjoy such largesse.
Reacting to the feat, netizens wondered why the music star has refused to announce it on any of his social media channels.
Confirming the story, a Twitter user wrote; “A Nigerian musician received $3m as advance payment for his biopic on Amazon Prime. Guess who the musician is?”
@Igbo Facts wrote: “Top Igbo Highlife musician, Chinedu Okoli, popularly known as Flavour N’Abania received $3M as advance payment for his biopic on Amazon Prime Video. It makes him the first African to enjoy such largesse. Undoubtedly, this will globally open more doors for Igbo finest musicians.”
Worthy of mention, a biopic (short for “biographical picture”) is a type of motion picture that tells the life story of a non-fictional, real person.